Understanding the Fault Mode Tasks Pane
The Tasks pane in Fault mode provides you with a set of tools for effectively managing alarms on your system.
From the Tasks pane, you can:
Filter known alarms to locate a specific alarm or error condition by clicking Search Alarms. Use this task to isolate alarms that occurred during a known time-frame or that have annotations associated with them. Although each of the Fault mode monitors can sort the alarms, Search Alarms enable you to submit multiple search and sort arguments as part of your search query.
View a list of Aruba devices that are connected to a Juniper Networks switch port that is down. You can also launch the Aruba Airwave application to view the alerts for these devices. The Table 1 lists the device management task available in Fault mode.
Table 1: Device Management Tasks in Fault Mode
View Aruba Wireless Device Inventory
Displays the list of Aruba devices connected to Juniper Networks switch port that is down.
Launch Aruba Airwave
Launches the System > Alerts page of the Aruba Airwave application.
In addition, Network Director enables you to group the tasks that you perform frequently and create a list of key tasks. You can add any task from the Tasks pane to the Key Tasks list by selecting a task and clicking the plus (+) sign that appears adjacent to the task. For some modes, you can see that Network Director has predefined some key tasks for you. You can modify this set of tasks to suit your requirements. This feature is available in Task pane irrespective of your current mode, scope, or view.